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Autonomous regions of the People's Republic of China

An autonomous region , is a first-level administrative subdivision of [People's Republic of China] . Like [Chinese provinces] , an autonomous region has its own local government, but an autonomous region theoretically has more legislative rights. In practice, they only have the right to appoint the governor (from the local minority). In all Chinese autonomous regions the Party Secretary, who is the real power base, is [Han Chinese] . An Autonomous Region is a minority entity which has a higher population of a particular minority ethnic group. There are five autonomous regions in China: the [Tibetan people] in [Tibet] , the [Zhuang] in [Guangxi] , the [Uyghur] in [Xinjiang] , the [Mongols] in [Inner Mongolia] , and the [Hui] in [Ningxia] .

See also
- [Political divisions of China]
- [Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China]

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